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U.B. Kinsey Educational and Community Center

720 8th Street

West Palm Beach, FL 33401

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Stories from diverse faith traditions, culture, and music followed by food and fellowship.

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Be uplifted and connect.

Open to ALL members of the community.

Are you ever discouraged by how people seem to be divided? By the bickering in the media, the grocery store or at work?

Do you ever think there must be others like you, who would like to see more harmony in the world? More real conversations but with respect for each other's opinions?

Us too.

We believe sharing stories (and breaking bread together) builds community. We draw strength from our faith, however we may practice. We find hope within music both spiritual and secular. We would like to talk, we would like to listen, and we would like to eat.

Please join us on Sunday, Jan. 26.

FREE admission. Please RSVP so we can we order our catering!

HERE'S OUR LINE UP

3:00-4:00 pm Stories of faith with Pastor Sheila Guillaume,​ Imam Mohamed Ismail, Rabbi Cookie Lea Olshein and Pastor Kevin Jones

4:00-5:00 pm Race and Change a multi-media presentation with Historian/jazz vocalist Dr. Kitty Oliver

5:00-6:00 pm Food and fellowship and Sidewalk Talk

MORE ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS AND LISTENERS

Imam Mohamed Ismail leads the Muslim Community of Palm Beach County Inc. (MCPBC), the oldest mosque in Palm Beach County serving a community of 600-800 people.

Assistant Pastor Kevin Jones serves at the Tabernacle Church, the oldest Baptist church in the City of West Palm Beach, celebrating over 125 years; it established the first school for African Americans. The congregation remains faithful to the call of social justice in Palm Beach County.

Pastor Sheila Guillaume leads the Union Congregational United Church of Christ. organized on Easter Sunday in 1894. Originally located in downtown West Palm Beach, it is the second oldest church in West Palm Beach.

Rabbi Cookie Lea Olshein leads Temple Israel, founded in West Palm Beach in 1923 by a handful of visionaries when six Jewish families living in this emerging community joined to create a synagogue.

Dr. Kitty Oliver presents Race and Change Across Cultures and Generations. Oral historian, jazz vocalist, author, TV producer and scholar Dr. Kitty Oliver takes audiences on an entertaining and inspirational exploration of race and ethnic relations history in South Florida through storytelling, media, and music.

Myra Quinn, M.Ed. in Counseling Psychology, MPEC is a Sidewalk Talk City Leader. Certified in Safe Conversations®. Business and Personal Coach.

Trina Pulliam is a Sidewalk Talk Volunteer, certified in Safe Conversations and Owner of Trainnovations.com.

FREE admission. Please RSVP so we can we order our catering!

Thank you to our sponsors.

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